Michigan State University car club meet

Since 2009, my Wednesday nights have been occupied by car meets. Specifically, the Michigan State University Racing Club meets. Despite the name, we don't do much racing, other than some events here and there with groups outside of the Lansing area. As the years have come and gone, we've seen an increase in both regular attendees, and noteworthy builds. This Supercharged Mustang might look familiar to you if you attended the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this year. It was parked downstairs with the Rally Kings exhibit.

This 2013 Camaro ZL1 doesn't look too much different from a normal Camaro, especially in this color. But as you look closer, you really notice the differences. The Front bumper, the wheels and the hood vents all hint at what lies beneath the hood...the GM LSA 6.2L V8, making about 550hp.

This 2006 Porsche 997 911 Carrera S is always a nice car to see. The owner has added a bit of a personal touch, resembling the GT3-RS.

There's just something I love about the Porsche 911, reguardless of the year or generation.

The owner and I were talking about future plans for the car. He hinted at new front and rear bumper fascias, a wing and some other things.

You may remember this S2000 from my Cars and Coffee post a few weekends back. This time, the roof was up and the car had some dirt on it due to it's residence on a gravel road.

Another S2000 made an appearance. 

This car, owned by Alex, the clubs social media guy, is always a head turner. I've seen this car quite often and still, it catches my attention.

You may remember this car from Cars and Coffee as well. Like Chris's widebody S2000, Jakes Miata also sees its share of gravel roads.

This 2015 Chevrolet SS, owned by Rutger, looks like a normal, off-the-lot SS...until you hear the exhaust. I believe he's got a Cam and different exhaust on this, making it sound like a proper muscle car.

This Trio of Mini's, each separated by 3 years (Far end: 2006. Foreground: 2009. Middle: 2012), show the progression of each generation.

The 2012 Mini Coupe JCW was showing off a feature I didn't even know it had: The deployable spoiler.

I'll close out this post with another shot of the wide, dirty S2000.
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-Phil